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Feb

Century 21 Agents Sued after Flipping Elderly Client’s House

Two Century 21 agents are on the wrong end of a lawsuit after selling the house of a man who had inherited the property from his late father.

The plaintiff is Rosario Lazcano. He listed his father’s home at 1551 East 76th Place with Edrisi Aussenac of Century 21  in September 2016. After a month Aussenac told Lazcano that he only had one offer and that was for 40% less than the $315,00 listed price. He convinced Lazcano to take the offer and sell the home to Gyn Group LLC, whose president is Jorge D. Acuna, also a Century 21 agent. According to the lawsuit, Aussenac didn’t disclose to Lazcano that he and Acuna were colleagues.

Two months later, Aussenac re-listed the property at $399,000 and sold it for $375,000.

Rosario Lazcano‘s lawsuit claims fraud, breach of fiduciary duty, breach of contract, unjust enrichment, and intentional misrepresentation. Pacific Escrow and its owner, who is alleged to be related to the owners of the Century 21 Allstars franchise.

Read the original article in The Real Deal.

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